Burnley's Danny Ings was crowned the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Year at the recent Football League Awards ceremony at The Brewery, London, but here we reveal the other nine players who make up the Top 10 in the division.

The Sky Bet Player of the Year awards were voted for by managers of the clubs in each division. Each manager was asked to list their top five players from this season in order, with the scores added up to get a shortlist and an overall winner.

The Top 10 most voted for players in the Sky Bet Championship are as follows:

1. Danny Ings (Burnley)

Ings' goals have rocketed Burnley into the Sky Bet Championship automatic promotion places, alongside his prolific partnership with Sam Vokes. Three England Under-21 caps and two goals has highlighted his ability at international level.

2. Ross McCormack (Leeds United)

McCormack's form has been one of the bright sparks for Leeds United this season. The Scotsman won the Player of the Month award for November after scoring seven goals, all without another Leeds player netting, including four against Charlton Athletic.

3. Danny Drinkwater (Leicester City)

Following McCormack, Drinkwater was the next Championship Player of the Month, in December, after several notable performances. His energy and strength in midfield, plus seven goals, has played a large part in the Foxes looking nailed on certainties for promotion to the Premier League.

4. Andy Reid (Nottingham Forest)

In his second spell at Forest, Reid's five goals in the first 10 matches of the season underlined the team's promotion credentials as he was nominated for August's Player of the Month award.

5. David Nugent (Leicester City)

Nugent's two Play-Off Semi-Final goals against Watford weren't enough to help Leicester win promotion last season, but he's returned in fine form with goals and assists as he heads up the Foxes' attacking threat.

6. Sam Vokes (Burnley)

He has been overshadowed by team-mate Ings, but without Vokes' threat the Clarets wouldn't be as high as they are. Continuing to represent Wales, it's undoubtedly been the former Wolves' striker's best year.

7. Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)

Vardy admitted he initially struggled with the step-up from non-league football with Fleetwood Town but, after a £1 million move to the Foxes, Vardy is more than paying back his fee as he causes havoc amongst Championship defences week-in, week-out.

8. Kieran Trippier (Burnley)

The full-back is not only a solid defender but also has the energy to support Burnley's attacking moves. With the ability to whip in dangerous crosses, Trippier is a forceful weapon.

9. Aaron Cresswell (Ipswich Town)

Left-back Creswell has been part of a miserly defence under Mick McCarthy but has also contributed at the other end with a couple of goals.

10. Will Hughes (Derby County)

The Football League's Young Player of the Year was also in the Top 10 for the overall Sky Bet Championship Player award. Playing as an attacking midfielder with mature, composed performances, it's hard to believe Hughes is still only 18.